Defiance Express in Defiance, Ohio
30 Nov 1899

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30 Nov 1899

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Defiance Express (Newspaper) - November 30, 1899, Defiance, Ohio I i in vol. . Defiance. O. Thursday november 30 i899, no. 51a dearth details about the Progress English relieving columns in South Africa. Cable service again defective. The Relief Ladysmith is regarded us practically by Seine it the couple living Iii Loudon. % a London nov 28.�?owing to Tho interruption in the Cable service again there is a dearth War news As yet the War office has not received lord Methuen a detailed list casualties nor is any information at hand regarding the whereabouts the ninth lancers who were sent in Pursuit the Boers from gras pan. The daily mail says that a private Telegram announce that the lancers Are still scouting ahead methuen�?T3 advancing column but As lie announced that he was giving his men a Days rest this is hardly possible. Indeed the greatest anxiety is Felt and More especially in View the fact that a Berlin journal which regularly prints Boer communications announced before it could have been ascertained from British sources that the naval brigade lost too men at gras pan and that the ninth lancers were captured. It is understood that the government decided to proceed immediately with the mobilization and embarkation a sixth division 10,000 men. General Hildyard a achievement at Beacon Hill is beginning to he recognized As one the Hest things the Campaign has yet shown As it has relieved the tension the situation in Natal and has brought the Relief Ladysmith within measurable distance. General Buller appears to be confident lord Methuen a ability and is devoting All his Energy to Ladysmith. An attempt will be made presumably to reach Colenso in time to Cut off the Retreat the Boers from wee Nen Over the Tugela River. It is feared however that the enemy will get there first and destroy the Bridge. At Frere Bridge the British found two massive spans utterly wrecked by dynamite one piece weighing 221 pounds having been hurled 200 Yards sir Alfred Milner has warned the various Relief committees in a ape town to be prepared for the arrival 10,000 refugees from Kimberley As soon As the siege has been raised. To Ald the hours. New York nov. 28.�?enlistments for the Boer army it was Learned Are making some Progress in this City though More men Are volunteering in Philadelphia and other places. The recruits Are found chiefly among the Irish americans although germans and men other nationalities Are also volunteering to fight under the Boer Flag. Bert Repine wins. Kansas City mo., nov. 28.�?bert Repine Nashville tenn., won the 48-hour bicycle race that began in convention Hall tuesday afternoon last week and in winning the race established a new record for 48 hours the distance covered 9611-3 Miles is 87 1-6 Miles better than the previous record for a similar contest. Charles w. Miller Chicago the heretofore unbeaten Champion. Of endurance races made a determined Effort to maintain supremacy but a series accidents the track a punctured tire a broken Crank and another mishap caused him to lose ground that he could not recover. Repine will realize $400 and several special prizes for his weeks work Julius gets $250, Miller $150, Lawson $100, Waller $75, Lingen Felder $75 and niederhoefer $25. Chapman wits too Quick. San Francisco nov. 28.�?dan Hayes and scrip Chapman negroes employed at the Ingleside race track quarrelled. Hayes Drew a pistol but Chapman commenced firing before Hayes could take aim and the latter was killed. Mine a Icv Varc t an expectant Mother had better \ not take anything at All than those i positively dangerous mixtures so widely advertised to relieve Lier discomfort and i nausea. She ought to know that outside external treatment is the Only Way that can possibly be any Benefit. She ought to know that Mother s Friend is the Only remedy that will help her and it is an external liniment. It takes her through the entire period in comparative Comfort shortens labor and childbirth is no longer to be dreaded. Mere than that. It preserves her girlish shape after the ordeal and her Little one will come into the world perfect in form and health. Get mothers Friend at the no stores for $1 a bottle Send to the Bradfield regulator co. Atlanta a. La temporary receiver Apt ital Cor the defunct Franklin Syndicate Bank. York nov. 2$.�? Hobart j. Taylor a lawyer was appointed temporary receiver for hic defunct Franklin Syndicate bunk by Justice Smith the supreme court. The application wan made by William Inglis who stated that to lie a 12 shares in the c company. According to Inglis the liabilities exceed $260,Doo, the affects being about $9,000 Cash in the hands the police. Taylor was required to furnish a Bond $15,000. The police have found no Trace William f. Miller. John i. Agnew who says he is the manager tile Washington Syndicate was taken in custody by the Brooklyn police a warrant charging Agnew with violating Section 609 Hie Petal code Whit ii says it is a Misdemeanour for person to display a banker s sign his premises when he does not rate As such. Agnew also had printed his Bill Heads a private lie was later identified us a person who four years ago was arrested for running a policy shop in the Borough Brooklyn. The indictment found against him is still pending. Bail was fixed at $500. Agnew will have a hearing in police court. The Kentucky muddle. Frankfort ky., nov. 28.�?senator Deboe left for Washington at 8 p. In., and after his departure a Story emanating from Republican circles was put abroad that in the event Goebel is Given a certificate election next saturday by the throwing out Jefferson Knox and Johnson counties senator Deboe. Senator Lindsay governor Bradley general Taylor and other Republican leaders will unite in an Appeal to president Mckinley to declare martial Law in Kentucky recognizing Taylor As governor and supporting his administration. Senator Deboe stated that he Felt confident no emergency would arise requiring the assistance the Federal authorities but intimated he had assurances that Federal Aid could be had if it became necessary. There was no change in the situation Here either Side. The expected move Goebel leaders to take the gubernatorial controversy into the courts prior to its handling by the state election Board has not materialized so far and Many believe it has been abandoned. Busch Best Beer. Washington nov. 28.�?adolphus Busch St. Louis took a position before the Senate committee manufactures antagonistic to that taken by Many other Brewers who have testified before that committee. In reply to questions from senators Mason and Harris he said that the Best Beer could be made Only Barley malt hops yeast and water. The Best article could not be made from other materials. He testified that the process ageing was the Only proper preservative Beer and that Bracic and salicylic acids were injurious and deleterious to health. He favored a Law fixing a minimum malt extract and other materials entering into the production Beer. _ plague stricken Steamer. New York nov. 28.�?the plague stricken Steamer j. W. Taylor is still Al Anchor off the quarantine station Iii barging the cargo Coffee into lighters. Over half the cargo is discharged. The patients Swinburne Island Are nearly recovered. No new cases the disease have developed. In discharging the cargo a number dead rats have been found showing that the preliminary disinfection the cargo has been successful. Nothing has been decided about the final apposition the cargo vessel. La a mixed state. St. Johns n. F., nov. 28.�?a unique political situation has been created by . Morinan a withdrawal from the colonial ministry. Sir James Winter the Premier can rely upon a following to in the legislature. Or. Morine has the same number supporters. Or. Bond the Leader the opposition has to and . Morris leads six independents. It is practically impossible to bring about a fusion Between any two these factions. Write c r cur n e Bock. A a before bib ii ii finely illustrated. For mimed women Only. Emperor Williams condolence. Liverpool Nev 28.�?emperor William Germany has wired his condolences to the widow the late Thomas Henry i May founder the White Star line steamers who died nov. 23. In his his majesty says that the shipping the world Ila by . Ismay a demise lost one its most illustrious members. The Kent licit a is fast. Washington nov. 28.�?Admiral Rogers and the other my hers the inspection Board have returned to Washington from Boston where they went to make the dial the battleship Kentucky. The Board is now preparing the full report upon the trial and making the calculations necessary to show the allowances to be made account tides. Their opinion is that the Kentucky is easily a 17-knot ship governor my Cord recommends Peru a for Catarrh Hon. M. H. Mccord. Hor. Myron ii. Mccord sex governor new Mexico in a letter to . Hartman from Washington in sins dear sir at the suggestion a Friend i was advised to use Peru a for Catarrh and after using one bottle i began to feel i letter in Everyway. It helped me in Many respects. I was troubled with colds coughs sore Throat etc., but As soon As i had taken your Medicine i began to improve and soon got Well. I take pleasure in recommending your great remedy to All who Are afflicted with . La. Mccord. The Spring presents a much Intro favourable Opportunity for the Perina nent Cureo chronic Catarrh especially old stubborn eases. Now in the time to begin treatment. Insist upon having Peru a. There Are no successful sul a tit utes for this remedy. Send to . Hartman Oulu Istl us Ohio for a free car Tarrh Croker predicts the nomination Illiam a a. Bryan for president. New York nov. 28.�? Richard fro her who will sail for Europe ooh. Was interviewed at the democratic club. He said a i want to say before my departure for Europe that William j. Bryan will be the Standard bearer the democratic party in the next National Campaign. The fight will be made against trusts and imperialism and . Bryan is the Only Man to Lead such a fight. Tammany Hall will give him its Heartiest support you May rest assured that. No running mate for . Bryan has been selected yet. Several names have been under consideration but no decision Lias been arrived Constable shut. Chicago Junction o., nov. 28.�?Constable will Smith was shot and instantly killed and Constable Conklin Plymouth was seriously injured while attempting to arrest Ezra Moore a Farmer living three Miles South town. Several months ago he bought a buggy a Plymouth finn and upon his failure to pay for same Constable Conklin was Given papers to Replevin the buggy. Conklin failed to get the buggy and later he and Smith went to Moore a House. Or. Smith was in the act stepping out the buggy when Moore fired the first shot which struck him in the face. He fell Back dying in stantly. The shot frightened . Conkling a horse and As he stepped into his buggy Moore fired the second shot tearing a Hole in his coat and striking him in the face. A Reward was offered for Moore who escaped. Chinese minister disturbed. Washington nov. 28.�?the Chines minister was a visitor at the state department and it is surmised that his Call upon Secretary Hay was attributable to the recent european cablegram which have disturbed him by their free expression a purpose to regulate the affairs his country the part Europe and America. The answers the european government regarding the a open door Quot have not yet been received 0 that the president will be obliged to make this Mattei the subject a special message to Congress. Will wed . Lowndes. Leavenworth ran., nov 28.�?it is announced that miss Mary Louise Baker the Only daughter United states senator Lueien Baker will be married at her Home Here to Lowndes the United states Navy now stationed at Manilla miss Lakei has lived Here except during the two Winters when so was with her Fathe in Washington and two years at Vas Sar College. It was at Washington that miss Baker met . Lowndes Severn seasons ago . Lowndes is a Brothel governor Lowndes Maryland. Cruise to West indies. Washington no a. 28.�?rear Admire Farquhar commandant the North Atlantic squad had a talk with Secretary Long concerning a Winter cruise the Squadron to West India Waters Fille Admiral favored such it cruise pointing out that the plan a been inaugurated two years ago with Good results. Or. Long approved the plan. Payne a new plan it apportioning delegates to National Republican convention. Reduction in Southern states. Full text it hot Thot which the i Wisconsin member will present at meeting National it mini not Trow Milwaukee wis nov. 28.�?henry u. Payne the Wisconsin member will present it the meeting Tho National Republican committee in Washington dec. 12, a Resolution recommending a change in the basis representation in future Republican National Coneen Lions. The Resolution follows a whereas the present basis representation in National conventions is unjust and unequal Aud believing that this injustice should be remedied therefore be it a resolved that the Republican National committee recommend to the next National convention that a Nev basis representation be established us follows each state will be entitled to four delegates at Large and one additional Delegate for each 10,000 votes majority fraction thereof cast at the last preceding presidential election for Republican electors and four delegates from each organized territory Aud the District if the plan to be proposed by . Payne is adopted by the convention Alabama would have 9 delegates Arkansas 8, Florida 3, Georgia to Louisiana 6, Mississippi 5 arum South Carolina 5, a total 49 instead 124, us under the present apportionment. The other decreases would be Colorado i Idaho i Montana i Nebraska 2, Nevada i North Carolina 2, Tennessee 5, Texas 9, Utah i Virginia 6 and Wyoming i. The increases would be California i Connecticut 3, Illinois 17, Indiana 6, Iowa 7, Maryland 2, Massachusetts 2, Michigan and Minnesota 5, new Hampshire 2, new Jersey 6, new York 14, North Dakota i Ohio la Oregon Pennsylvania 13, Vermont i West Virginia 2 and Wisconsin 7. The representation the other states would remain As now. The total number delegates would lie 894, As at present. For permanent naval station. Washington nov 28. Admiral Dewey called at the Navy department in response to a request from Secretary Long to discuss the question establishing a naval station at Cavite some other Point near Manilla. Such a station is now in operation at Cavite but it is Fores in that the requirements the Navy May be much greater than those which Are temporarily attended to at Cavite. The Admiral brought with him portions his report to be incorporated in the full report the philippine commission. Fit is discusses the establishment a permanent naval station for the Philippines recommends Stubig Bay about go Miles from Manilla As preferable to Cavite As there is a Fine Harbor a capable depth water Many natural advantages for making this a Strong naval establishment. in Ages asked new Orleans nov. 28.�?john b. Cefalu amp co., the fruit merchants have brought suit against the United fruit company which is Bac ked by Boston capital. The plaintiffs declare that their business has been injured by reports circulated by the United fruit company and they ask an injunction to prevent the latter from discriminating against them and refusing to sell them fruit. The petition charges that the United fruit company is a monopoly which h is seeking to crush every fruit concern which declines to be subjected by it. Two men killed. Portland ole., nov. 28. In the wreck the West Bon rid passenger train fireman Miller and Engineer Robert Hunter ors Nat Antly killed. Brakeman Heisinger was badly injured. No passengers were for the bowels if Yon Haven t a it Kilar healthy movement the Towel. Every Day yet icis re melt will be keep your bowels open and be Well. Force Iii the shape violent physic Pill Poison is dangerous Che smoothest easiest most perfect Way keeping the bowels Clear and clean is to take Candy i m. Cathartic own Wielb Trade Marn registered pleasant. Palatable. Potent. Taste Good. Good never sicken. Weaken Gripe Ioc 20c. 50c write for free Sample and Booklet health address burling amenity i Hsong 1 it Orr a maw Fork. 321 keep your blood clean the saving Fry the use Royal a v a a amp w a j i baking Towner is con 1 i Sid Ramt. Royal is eco a i Nom Leal because it possesses More Leavening Power and goes further. Royal saves also because it always makes a j line Light Sweet food never wastes Good flour butter and eggs. M Ore important still is the saving in health. Royal baking powder adds anti dyspeptic qualities to tile food. There is no baking powder so economical in practical use no matter How Little others May Cost As the Royal Alum baking in Der Are harmful and make the food litter Royal baking powder co., new Gardiner to testify before the Mazel legislative investigating committee. Did no to recognize the subpoena. When a the attempted to serve summons tic District attorney let Fly a Ellurd old. A new York nov. 28. Fille Mazon leg is Luivie committee resumed its invest gallon til City departments. The most important incident was the refusal District attorney Gardiner to testify be fur the committee which thereupon entered upon tin Long expected inquiry into the conduct ii in office. Governor Roosevelt announced that he would appoint Ainsley Wilcox Buffalo commissioner to hear uncharged brought against . Gardiner by the City club. At the hearing . Moss read the affidavit Edward j. Reardon who served colonel Gardiner saturday afternoon wit ii a subpoena to appear before Tim committee. According to Tim subpoena served he had met colonel Gardiner in an elevator in the criminal court building and that when lie touched him wit i the paper colonel Gardiner said Quot i done to recognize this As a Legal service As it is a half Reardon insisted that lie had served the Suh Rouea when colonel Gardiner said a you Are a liar Anil i have a mind to have you . Gardiner has sent a Long Ami bitter letter to . Mazet a knockout blow. Philadelphia nov. 2s, the plan to control All the Independent Telephone companies in tie United states and to Combine this with the great Telegraph companies and the five Atlantic companies for which purport the Telephone Telegraph and Cable company America was incorporated nov. 9, with a capital $30,000,000, received a severe blow by the withdrawal from the scheme William c. Whitney ii. Ryan Anthony a Blady William l. Elkins p. A. Widener and Thomas Dolan the men whose support made the Success the Enterprise possible and whose opposition indifference May be fatal to its existence. Administration will Moil in. Washington nov. 28. Out respect to the memory the Date n ice president Hobart the president Lias cancelled All ills social engagements Foi the present. The members the Cabinet have done likewise and the administration will observe a period mourning. A Dot it pie Elope. Bucyrus nov. 28. C. Gunsalus 70, and Martha Wendner go inmates the infirmary have eloped. The Bride to be is wind. The authorities captured them while the prospective Groom was hustling around trying to raise the Price for a marriage License. Dewey Resolution in referred to it have the objection Al lilt language expunged. Milwaukee nov. 28. The Dewey Resolution As drafted by mayor Rose extending the Admiral an invitation to visit Milwaukee was presented to the common Council and after some debate was referred to the judiciary committee together with tile original invitation for the purpose formulating it in different shape. Objection was made to the language a selfish unappreciative rabble a and the inti mat iou that the unite d states is an a ungrateful failure Ben c. A ii rot. Lima nov. 28. The Woodlawn Avenue savings association Cleve land has brought a foreclosure suit against Benjamin c. Fail rot for $325, too and interest since 1893. The amount is covered wit i mortgages Tho electric Light Plant Faurot opera House and a Large amount real estate owned by Faurot. J. A g. Cowles Cleveland was appointed receiver for rents and profits. To fight t he treaty. Los Angeles cal., nov. 28.�?m. J. Daniels Riverside left for Washington to remain during the coming session Congress. Or. Daniels is the representative the various institutions in Southern California interested in the Orange and other fruit growing and handling interests and will Lead in the fight against the ratification the treaty with Jamaica. Weir found guilty. Montreal nov. 28.�?w. A. Weir president the defunct Bank Ville Marie was found guilty sending a false and deceptive statement to the governor til financial affairs at the Bank. The trial lasted eight Days. The jury required Only 15 minutes to find a verdict. The penalty is five years imprisonment. Prison it ii forfeit Era. Montgomery ala., nov.,28.�?a counterfeiting outfit was captured in the Alabama Penitentiary at Wetumpka. The Mould was made by taking an impression in wet plaster Paris. Some Dollar pieces that were found were Well calculated to deceive. Roh is Aal monopoly prolonged. London Nev. 28. The St. Petersburg correspondent tile daily mail asserts that the russian and persian governments have sign an agreement prolonging for to years Russia s railway construction monopoly in Persia. Barker appointed receiver. New York nov. 28.�?benjamin Barker jr., has been appointed receiver Freedman bros., cloak manufacturers who failed last week with liabilities in excess $500,000. Coaling at sea. New York nov. 28.�?As a result three Days trial a Coaling ship Quot while towing at sea just completed by the United states battleship Massachusetts and the Collier Marcellus it May soon be possible for any War ship to receive Coal by the overhead wire system at the average rate 20 tons a is. News rolled Down from columns Tipa a graphs. Edward Judson a new York Contra Tor bankrupted for $648,521. Plot Mussulman to kill the Sultan with dynamite was frustrated. Bonds to the amount $81,000 Ware offered for redemption at the Chicago a us Treasury. Plans Alo already being made for Admiral Dewey s reception when be visits Chicago. United states declines to accept the Anglo German agreement in the partition Samoa. The Board director the Coney Island jockey club elected w. K. Vanderbilt president. The few arrivals at Washington congressmen indicate that Roberta Utah will be unseated. The losses general Hilyard by the Boers at Beacon Hill were ii killed and 72 wounded. Richard Morris Church Hill o., Bas been arrested for criminally assaulting miss Lizzie Alieux. The upholster manufacturers at Philadelphia refused the demand their employees for an increase in the wage scale. The War department has discharged from the transport service the elder and belgian King. These vessels were used the Pacific coast. Steamer from san Fabian brought 115 Spanish prisoners $75,000 in insurgent government Money and other property captured by Lawtons troop near tay Uig the 25th. Spanish veterans incorporate. Washington nov. 28.�?-the organization known As the Spanish War veterans was incorporated. This action give s the society a business standing and will allow it to defend its rights in the courts if at any time such action Hon id become necessary. Bishop Vincent presides. St. Louis mo., nov 28.�?the Metho dust episcopal Church Congress was formally opened in Linden Avenue methodist Church. The attendance was Small. Bishop John h. Vincent d. D., with whom the idea holding the Congress originated presided. New incorporation. Columbus o., nov. 28. A Wood Street land company Youngstown $9,000 american Petroleum product company Clev land $25,000 masonic club Akron Shawnee athletic club company Shawnee $100. Victim cigarettes. Springfield o., nov. 28. A David Hurley. 19, died irom excessive cigarette smoking and his father asked that the facts be made Public to serve As a warning for other for infants and children. The kind you have always Bough bears by Nat be it

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